Every now and again, a feature will crop up in the automotive press about a new model of armored car that’s going on sale or heading to an auto show. Armored cars are fairly interesting, as is what information is available on sales outside of typical customers like governments. Most major carmakers do armored cars Read on! →


The conclusions of a new study on road rage and American commuters may surprise some. According to the data, women  may express their anger while behind the wheel more often than men do. Or perhaps they just admit it more readily. Road rage and the daily commute Road rage, according to Rosemary Haefner, vice president Read on! →


Vehicle financing can be a nerve-wracking experience, particularly when there are concerns over your data privacy. Gus Johnson Ford of Spokane wants to assure you that when you apply for auto loans online or in person at 8300 E Sprague Ave. in Spokane, Wash., 99212, the only parties who will know about car loans you Read on! →


Women have been the butt of bad driving jokes since the beginning of driving. But which came first, the criticism or the behavior? A joint study between universities on both sides of the Atlantic concluded this week that women drive worse when their ability to drive is questioned. It may seem a no-brainer, but confidence Read on! →


iPhone, iPod Touch and iPad owners should be glad know there’s an easy and inexpensive way to get your car’s computer to tell you what kind of engine problem a car is having. For about $100, the GoPoint scan tool, also known as a GL1 cable, connects your car’s engine to your Apple device. With Read on! →


Speed cameras are somewhat resented by a lot of people, as few relish having to pay the government even more than they already do. A number of people have been vandalizing speed cameras in various areas, leading governments to crack down on people who damage them. Cameras installed to watch the speed cameras When Juvenal Read on! →


Engines and materials may change, but the oldest vehicles still produced retain their distinctive identity. Even though the world’s oldest automaker still in existence – Peugeot – has produced cars since 1882, none of the original vintage are still made. Here are the oldest cars still in production, a testament to their craftsmanship and style. Read on! →


The Detroit Free Press has an ongoing series about people who decide parking in handicapped spaces is alright, despite them not being handicapped. It certainly isn’t and doing so can result in stiff fines and possibly even jail, in some areas. Parking in handicapped spaces a crime of convenience Just about everyone has had to Read on! →


Sunday, June 19 is Father’s Day. If your dad loves automobiles, why not treat him to some vehicular beauty on his special day? Thanks to Family Car Guide and a variety of other sources, here are some U.S. auto shows dad will love on Father’s Day 2011. California Go for swank with the annual Rodeo Read on! →